WHO WE ARE
We are a small family-owned and operated business located in East Kingston, NH. At Bodwell's Septic Service, LLC, we want to provide our customers with the highest quality septic service while maintaining the most reasonable rate! We take great pride in our customer service and do our best to make each customer a happy one. We strive to be accurate and informative in answering your questions in an effort to save you money by extending the life of your septic system.
We believe in good, honest work ethics to provide our customers peace of mind. You can be assured that you will be treated fairly and respectfully. Since we care deeply about our repeat customers you can be at ease knowing that you will be given the best possible service.
HOW WE STARTED
In August 1987 we purchased our first septic truck. It was a 1978 Ford F-650 with a 1500 gal tank. This purchase was to aid our excavation business, to provide more opportunities for septic replacement work, and to offer maintenance of septic systems.
Within a couple of years, it was evident that there was a need for a company that could offer all services for septic systems. We then decided to become educated and licensed for drain cleaning, septic system inspections, and sewer pump repairs. We then purchased the equipment to perform those services.
As time went on it was necessary to buy newer and bigger septic trucks. Each time the tank on the truck would increase in size. Then in 2009 at a trade show, we ordered a new 5500 gal truck which was our main truck until it was lost in the shop fire in 2020. We have now replaced the trucks lost in the fire and operate with 4200 gal and 5000 gal septic trucks. At this point, we have decided to focus on pumping septic tanks and educating customers on how to maintain their septic systems. We also decided to get other professionals on board with us for leach field installations and pump repairs. We still offer to do small repairs, and if your system is backing up we will come to diagnose and solve the problem.
The remains of one of our septic trucks after the shop fire in February 2020
About four billion gallons of wastewater are distributed beneath the ground each day. If a septic system is not properly cared for wastewater can contaminate nearby groundwater and pose a threat to drinking water and the environment.
Our goal is to keep the environment clean one tank at a time. We are also committed to educating and enlightening our customers on the best practices for maintaining a septic system.